Not Worth Shooting

I bet you’re out of ammo!

I’m not worth shooting, crazy biker!” you exclaim.

“What did you say?!” ask the crazed gunman.

“You’re mad because of a book that is burning—“

“In a fire that you started!” shouts the biker.

“What, you think I should have joined up with that weirdo cat only to save a Book that releases monsters to kill or enslave the reader?”

“You should have done whatever you needed to save that Book!”

“I can understand you’re facinated with Do Not Open, but it’s dangerous. There’s no telling what is in the next chapter!”

The biker sneers. “Which is precisely why I should kill you.”


    You are shot in the head; your supplies are stolen by the biker who shot you. He goes back to the burning hut, retrieves Do Not Open, opens the Book, and is sucked into an alternate reality.

While there the biker sees again the most beautiful woman he has ever seen in his life; a stunning brunette in a graceful blue dress, at a party under the moonlight. She extends her hand to him and they dance. The same lady who before had seduced him with her charm and sweet scented perfume now even more secures her grip on his heart and mind.  

This time the Book lets the biker return unharmed, but he brings with him a mysterious lady; she will first lure him back to her former home in the Moonlit Fields west of the Labyrinthine Woods. Then she will devour him and use Do Not Open to release other villainous characters, finally making them join her as a rival snare to the Marb for unwary hikers. 

         You have died to a biker seduced by the Moonlight Fettre, a creature who, if she has her way, will make her home in the fields west of the Labyrinthine Woods before revealing her true hideous form and eating him. But this doesn’t have to be the end for you.      Go back to the previous page.



Author: Isaac Craft

My name is Isaac Craft. I've got a bachelors in Mass Communications, an Associates in Graphic Design, and I'm an aspiring novelist.

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